Katarina is 20 years old. With a troubled past in a dreary suburb, her life seems to be already set in stone - until she discovers music. Everything changes when she hears a performance of ... See full summary »
Erika has it all: a good job, lots of friends and a secure relationship. Until the day it all falls apart. Suddenly this perfect life means nothing, and the feelings she once was able to ... See full summary »
Love and Sebastian meet by coincidence in the street in the Swedish summer night. They happen to share the same secret, but their encounter will have severe consequences for the both of ... See full summary »
A series of tableaux of everyday settings with people in various stages of their lives. Relations form and finish, memories of meetings mingle with the yearning for meetings that have not ... See full summary »
Erik and Jocke thinks life has passed them by. The future looks uncertain when they aimlessly walking around town and talking. Jocke gets the idea that a dice should determine their life choices, just as in Rhinehart's book The Dice Man.
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Kristian A. Söderström
Markus is going to a summer camp for athletics, but when he gets there he spots his worst competitor. Emma is bullied in school. When she gets to the camp she makes friend with Sofia. But will Sofia find out her secret?
Why do they spend so much money making this crappy soap opera? That has equal amounts of bad acting as it has a cliché plot. And the worst part is that It’s suppose to be public service television. I mean they could have made something original and good instead of making this weak piece of mainstream garbage that either makes you want to laugh or reach for the remote to change the channel to the “Watching paint dry show”.
It seams to be the trend these days, if you have an idea for a show that covers all topics that people want to see we can grant you a hundred episodes. And it has to be politically correct of course, and every demographic must be included in the show. So if you get all of this in there it has to be a success right? I say, HELL NO!!!
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